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This introduction to the classical theory of invariants of algebraic forms is divided into three parts of approximately equal length. Lecture Notes Collection FreeScience.info ID2896 Obtained from http://ia700508.us.archive.org/11/items/algebraicinvaria00dick/algebraicinvaria00dick.pdf http://www.freescience.info/go.php?pagename=books&id=2896

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Jul 18, 2019
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Bellman, Richard Ernest, 1920-

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viii, 346 p. 24 cm

Topics: Invariant imbedding, Radiative transfer

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Aug 2, 2019
08/19

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viii, 192 p. --

Topics: Solitons, Wave equations, Invariant

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Apr 29, 2019
04/19

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Bellman, Richard Ernest, 1920-

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viii, 141 p. 23 cm

Topics: Biomathematics, Invariant imbedding, Programming (Mathematics)

Haskell98 invariant functors This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for haskell-invariant . Website of the upstream project: https://github.com/nfrisby/invariant-functors License: custom:BSD2 See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, haskell-invariant

Click here to view the University of Florida catalog record

Topics: Linear time invariant systems, Feedback control systems

Software has a huge and negative impact on the economy. Formal verification is an effective method to check whether a piece of software contains certain kinds of errors. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) started the Crowd Sourced Formal Verification (CSFV) program to propose a new model for formal verification by using five online games. CSFV aims to explore whether an online game player with no formal verification expertise can achieve formal verification more efficiently than...

Topics: Crowdsourcing, software security, fuzzing, formal verification, automated loop invariant detection,...

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STIDRETNI-XUEJ est une tentative de retrouver des invariants structuraux dans la perception phénosonotique des airs connus. Cette composition date de mai 2005 et n'emprunte qu'à son titre - et seulement à ce titre - son air chinois qui n'est pourtant pas sorcier. Cette création appartient à F. F. Le format original est MIDI. Un rendu en mp3 est disponible sur le serveur. Elle a été publiée en 2006 en collaboration avec minimal sushi au moment de la création de The Chinese.

Topics: air connu, invariant, MIDI, structure, chinoiserie

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Nov 7, 2016
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Region Based Integrated Approach for Image Retrieval Abstract: This paper proposes an integrated method for efficient content based image retrieval using color, shape and rotational invariant texture features. The present paper derived rotational invariant features on each region. To derive shape features textons are computed. To represent texture features gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) features are derived on region based rotational invariant texton matrix. These features are combined...

Topics: GLCM, HSV, shape, texture, rotation invariant features

From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. mit :: lcs :: tr :: MIT-LCS-TR-823

Topics: invariants, program, daikon, invariant, dynamic, static, specifications, test, properties,...

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Journal of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation and Applications

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J. Nucl. Phys. Mat. Sci. Rad. A. Vol. 6, No.1, Aug. 2018, pp.17–21

Topics: CP violation, Jarlskog invariant, S3 Symmetry

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Aug 8, 2019
08/19

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Boyarsky, Abraham

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xv, 399 p. : 24 cm

Topics: Chaotic behavior in systems, Dynamics, Invariant measures, Nonlinear theories, Probabilities

Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards

Topics: Invariant factors, principal ideal rings, Smith normal form

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Aug 5, 2019
08/19

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viii, 249 p. 24 cm

Topics: Invariant imbedding, Laplace transformation, Numerical analysis, Programming (Mathematics)

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Jul 21, 2010
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The purpose of this lecture is to generalize a concept of an equation. The basis for this generalization is a concept of a function. We all know that x^2 = 1 is an equation and two real numbers 1 and -1 are its solutions. Based on this example, let's approach an "equation" from more formal position. First of all, if we speak about equation, we have to have some function on the left side of it. In the example above it was a function x2. Generally speaking, any function can participate...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number

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May 21, 2012
05/12

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Young, Randy K., 1963-

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-220) and index

Topics: Signal processing, Wavelets (Mathematics), Linear time invariant systems

Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards

Topics: Invariant properties, spheroidal potential, , oblate planet, metri-preserving transformation

Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards

Topics: Elementary divisors, invariant factors, partitioned matrices, Smith normal form

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Jul 22, 2010
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Causiously using invariant and not invariant transformations, solve equations: 2*√(X + 4) - 10 = 0 (√(X + 4))/2 - 10 = 0 (√(X + 4))/2 - 10*√(X + 1) = 0 where √() is a square root function.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Jul 25, 2010
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Prove that if A + B + C = 0 then A^3+B^3+C^3 = 3*A*B*C

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Aug 4, 2019
08/19

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A text with 8 pages, 7 figures and 2 tables.

Topics: Convolution, correlation, Fourier transform, Fourier series, Dirac delta, linear filters,...

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Jul 26, 2010
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What happens with a graph if we multiply an argument of a function? In other words, how will a graph of a function y = f(k*x) look? Using similar approach, if a point (A,B) belongs to an original graph (i.e. B = f(A)) then (A/k,B) belongs to a graph of a new function. Indeed, let's substitute x = A/k and y = B to a new function: f(k*(A/k)) = f(A) = B which proves that (A/k,B) belongs to a graph of a new function. Geometrically, the fact that for each point (A,B) of an original graph there is a...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Sep 26, 2012
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A comparison study is presented between the discrete time Kalman filter and the Information filter, which are equivalent with respect to their behavior, since they produce the same estimations. The computational requirements of the Kalman and Information filters are determined and a method is proposed to a-priori (before the filtersâ implementation) decide which filter is the faster one.

Topics: Kalman Filter, Information Filter, Time Varying System, Time Invariant System, Estimation

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Jul 26, 2010
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Complex Numbers - Problem 3 Solve in complex numbers an equation x^2 + 4x + 5 = 0

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Complex,...

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Jul 26, 2010
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Represent graphically the following function for different values of power r: y = x^R Consider real positive and negative, small and large values of power r.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Function, Graph,...

Face recognition across age progression is remains one of the areas most challenging tasks now a days, as the aging process affects both the shape and texture of a face. One possible solution is to apply a probabilistic model to represent a face simultaneously with its identity variable, which is stable through time, and its aging variable, which changes with time. This paper proposes a deep learning and set based approach to the face recognition subject to aging. The images for each subject...

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, CNN- Convolution Neural network, AIFR-Age invariant face recognition,...

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Third of four volumes. The other three already appear on archive, sometimes in several versions. This version was scanned by The University of Michigan. I found it only after scanning the book myself... dang it. It should be out of copyright in any reasonable country.

Topics: algebra, invariant theory, sylvester, mathematics, history of mathematics, partitions,...

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The Collected Mathematical Papers of James Joseph Sylvester: Volume IV Scan by The University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection, http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umhistmath/AAS8085.0004.001/

Topics: mathematics, algebra, partitions, combinatorics, symmetric functions, invariant theory, number...

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Jul 29, 2010
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Consider representation of a rational number as a periodic decimal fraction. Prove that product of two periodical decimal fractions with, generally speaking, different number of digits in a period is itself a periodic decimal fraction.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Function, Graph,...

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Jul 26, 2010
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Complex Numbers - Problem 4 Prove that two roots of any quadratic equation are either both real or both complex with equal real parts and imaginary parts having equal absolute values but opposite signs. In other words, if one solution can be represented as a+b*i then another is a-b*i.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Complex,...

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Jul 28, 2010
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We can always consider a complex number a + b*i as a pair of two real numbers (a, b) and each such pair (i.e. each complex number) we can put into a correspondence with a point on a coordinate plane with coordinates (a, b). This seemingly simple one-to-one correspondence has far reaching ramifications. Plainly speaking, almost an entire subject of geometry on a plane can be reduced to studying complex numbers and their properties.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Complex,...

Character recognition is quite difficult task. It is the process of distinguishing the input character as per their predefine character class. There are different researchers who work on English language in last few years. Which results in technology whose practical application is possible. But if we will talk about devnagari script it is seen that due to its complicated structure very less work is there. Devnagari is the third most language spoken in word, therefore this system is proposed to...

Topics: Character Recognition, Printed Devnagari Text, ANFIS, GLCM, Affine Moment Invariant, Histogram

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Jul 26, 2010
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1. What happens with a graph of a function y = f(x) if you add a constant a to argument x in its algebraic expression? In other words, where would be a graph of a function y = f(x + a)? Consider both cases a > 0 and a < 0. 2. What happens with a graph of a function y = f(x) if you add a constant a to the right side of its algebraic expression? In other words, where would be a graph of a function y = f(x) + a? Consider both cases a > 0 and a < 0. 3. What happens with a graph of a...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Function,...

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Jul 27, 2010
07/10

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Zor Shekhtman

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Complex Numbers - Problem 5 Express in a normal complex form x + y*i the result of a division of one complex number a + b*i by another c + d*i.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Function, Graph,...

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Jan 7, 2017
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AD Publications, IJOER, Sh. R. Elzeiny

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Abstract - In this paper, we study the global stability, periodicity character and some other properties of solutions of the rational dynamic equation on discrete time scales

Topics: Rational dynamic equation, Time scales, Equilibrium point, Global attractor, Periodicity,...

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Jul 24, 2010
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Prove the following identity: (X+Y)^4+X^4+Y^4 = 2*(X^2+X*Y+Y^2)2 It is obviously possible to open all the brackets, multiply (X+Y) by itself four times, square the expression on the right and come up with an identity. But this is quite boring. Try to think about a simpler way to prove this identity. One important guess will significantly shorten the proof. Finding this trick is the real subject of this problem.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Jul 22, 2010
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Using the language of invariant transformations, solve equations: 2*(X + 4) - 10 = 0 (X + 4)/2 - 10 = 0 (X + 4)/2 - 10*(X + 1) = 0 Note: Transformations T(X): X → X + a, T(X): X → X * a (for a not 0) and T(X): X → X / a (for a not 0) are invariant and cannot add wrong solutions to an original equation or loose real solutions. So, it is admissible to use solutions to a transformed equation as solutions to an original one. In theory, checking solutions in case only invariant transformations...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Jul 26, 2010
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Represent graphically the following functions: y = |x| y = |x-1| + |x+1|

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Complex Numbers - Problem 2 Consider a complex number represented graphically on a plane, i.e. if this number's algebraic representation is a + b*i then its graphical representation is a point A on a plane with coordinates (a, b). Let's further consider that this point (a, b) is located on the distance 1 from the beginning of coordinates (i.e. the length of 0A is equal to 1). Prove that (1) the square of this number represented graphically by a point B on the plane is located on the same...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Complex,...

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Represent graphically the following function: y = |2*x+4| + |3*x-3| + |2-x|

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Function, Graph,...

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Jan 15, 2015
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Aloysius Vrandt

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Abstract: Let q be a discretely Poisson field. It was Lebesgue who first asked whether pseudo-invariant factors can be constructed. We show that OMEGA >= PI. So in [30], the authors address the injectivity of composite, analytically co-minimal lines under the additional assumption that [see formula in paper]. In future work, we plan to address questions of maximality as well as continuity.

Topics: Local lie theory, Poisson fields, Pseudo-invariant factors, Hyper-Legendre-Lagrange sets

Theoretical presentation of newer clone atom i.e. zee Sugato-Higgs-Boson atom for the SM with the photon-atom (p-a) collision with the newer invention. It has to be the integrated with the theory of spontaneous symmetry pole braking with its invariant gauge dimension α,β,γ zee Sugato-Higgs-Boson with it analog of mimic clone in the SM. The Maxi can Cap with pair ring has to be discusses in these paper. The gauge invariants in D-wave cooling state are also in...

Topics: Gauge Invariant, Zee Sugato-Higgs-Boson, α, β, γ, Zee Sugato-Higgs-Boson

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The Collected Mathematical Papers of James Joseph Sylvester: Volume II Scan by The University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection, http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umhistmath/AAS8085.0002.001/ This is not the (supposedly corrected) Chelsea reprint, but the original Cambridge University Press edition.

Topics: mathematics, algebra, partitions, combinatorics, symmetric functions, invariant theory, number...

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We have expanded a set of numbers we deal with from natural to integer to rational. Every time this expansion was caused by something mathematicians wanted to do with existing numbers but could not because the result of a reverse operation was not always defined in the existing set of numbers. Thus, zero and negative numbers had to be added to natural ones to enable to define unrestricted subtraction. Rational numbers had to be added to enable division. Now consider an operation of squaring a...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Complex,...

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May 18, 2016
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Jaya Upreti, Deepa Kandpal

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In the present paper entitled “On KH-Structure Manifold”, section -1 is introductory in which we have given the definition of an m-dimensional GF-structure manifold. Section first is introductory in which we have given the definition of an m-dimensional GF-structure Manifold endowed with a Riemannian Metric G having skew- symmetric properties, its submanifold M which is of n –dimensional and induced Riemannian Metric. Definitions of invariant and anti-invariant submanifolds are given. In...

Topics: Manifold, Submanifold, Riemannian Metric, GF-Structure, H-Structure, KH-Structure, Invariant Hyper...

From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. dec :: tech reports :: SRC-RR-119

Topics: formula, locs, formulas, indentation, request, notations, invariant, systems, notation, cache,...

Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) is an application of computer vision techniques for the image retrieval problem, specifically the search for specific medical images in large databases. In this work the X-ray images are taken from the medical database includes skull, spine, chest and leg x-ray images. The X-ray images are taken in the .jpeg format. In this project, a complete solution for search and retrieval of rich multimedia content over large databases is presented. This work initially...

Topics: Content Based Image Retrieval, CBIR, GLCM and SVM, Image Retrieval, Invariant Moments, X-ray.

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In this lecture we will consider different transformations that can be done with equations. Some of them will be invariant and will transform original equations into equivalent ones, so solving a transformed equation produces the same solutions as solving an original one. But there might be some other cases when we can use non-invariant transformations and have to be very careful applying transformed equations' solutions for original ones. We will always assume that we are attempting to solve...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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Jul 23, 2010
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Solve the following equation in the domain of real and complex numbers. X^3 + X^2 + X + 1 = 0 There are two different solutions to this equation offered on a video. One uses only invariant transformation of factoring out an expression and using the fact that if a product of two expressions is equal to 0 then either one could be zero. Another method is less trivial and uses non-invariant transformation but, in a subjective opinion of the author, is better from the esthetical viewpoint.

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Graph, Number,...

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We have expanded our choice of numbers from natural (1, 2, 3 etc.) to integer (adding 0 and negative numbers), to rational (adding fractions), to real (adding irrational numbers like square root of 2). Every expansion we made was initiated by a desire to do something that seemed to be reasonable but impossible to accomplish in the old framework. The last step on this way is introduction of complex numbers which will open one more previously closed door - extracting roots of any even degree from...

Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4teens, Algebra, Invariant, Transformation, Equations, Geometry, Function, Graph,...